We have a lot of search hits on "corn on the cob", but no real or well defined discussions. Nothing in our recipe section.
So, how about a thread now for future reference?
Mrs Kapn sprang corn on the cob on me at the last minute for a grill cook tonight. Originally just doing porken choppies.
Working from memory, I peeled the husk back, de-silked them, and soaked in water for about 15 minutes. That is all the time available.
Cooked on the high grate on the grill for about 30 minutes at medium heat. Rotated frequently.
Husks pulled open because I forgot to tie them with something, exposing the corn.
Outer husks pretty well burned up.
Inner husks and corn came out juicy and the corn was great, well "very good" anyway
Bit of a "crunch" which we liked.
Need some thoughts for time and temp and prep methods for actually smoking corn on the cob correctly.
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